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What is the study of the world, its people, and the landscapes they create?

Geography

100

Where is it? Absolute and relative.

Location

100

What is the study of the world’s physical features, such as landforms, bodies of water, and weather?

Physical Geography

200

What 3 levels of the world do geographers study?

Local, Regional, & Global

200

Describes the people and natural environment of an area.

Place

200

What is the study of the world’s people, communities, and landscapes?

Human Geography

300

What is the study of people and how they relate to each other?

Social Science

300
What are the three things that move?

People, goods, ideas

300

What is cartography?

The science of making maps.

400

Like science, how do geographers gather data? 

They observe the world, make measurements, and study satellite images

400

What is Human-Environment Interaction about?

How people change and adapt to their environment.

400

Name two water features Hydrologists might study.

River systems, amount of rainfall, drinking water

500

Name 6 tools geographers use.

Maps, globes, satellite imaging, computers, notebooks, and recorders

500

Explain what region is about.

Areas grouped together based on common characteristics.

500

Why is meteorology important?

Weather forecasts allow us to prepare for various weather conditions.

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